Now, believe it or not, we DO actually do a bit of crafting on these afternoons. Because that's really the whole point of them -- especially when Cayte is organised enough to remember her glasses. And Jane was keen to help ...
Gingerbread Bunny blog for photos - it's awesome!). She was very glad of a hand when winding her yarn - there's teamwork for you!
All too soon the afternoon was over and it was time to pack away the yarns and fabrics, needles and hooks. However, there was still one remaining treat for us - spurred on by the chat and dvds and music, Tribal Jane just had to leap into action and have a bit of a bop on her own. We really wouldn't like to pin any particular style of dance onto this one, though there does appear to be a bit of Khaleegi head swinging in there. Anyway, she's very kindly given us permission to share :
Hmmmmmm - Tribal Jane : available now for workshops and performances in your area. All-male parties not catered for. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Joking aside, we all had a fantastic afternoon. If you've never been to a stitch'n'bitch we'd thoroughly recommend it. All you need are a couple of you and you're well on your way. And should you need anyone to wind your yarn, Tribal Jane will always travel, as long as there's food involved ..
Until next time, happy dancing!
If you're wondering who on earth this Tribal Jane person is, you can read all about her here.